There are five countries in the European Union where GDP per capita is lower than in Hungary, according to Eurostat calculations.

Eurostat has prepared the revised version of its GDP indicators for 2022, it notes file. Newly released figures show that Romania has overtaken Hungary in terms of GDP per capita: the Hungarian index is 76.6 percent of the EU average, while the Hungarian index is 76.7 percent of the EU average.

However, Hungarian growth has been good in recent years: in 2013, the growth rate was only 68.1% of the EU average. The less developed parts of the EU are approaching the Western countries, as shown by the fact that the pace of Hungarian catch-up is still 11th fastest, and that most other countries in the region are approaching the EU average at a better pace than the Western countries. for us.

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This made the per capita GDP of five countries lower than ours: Latvia, Croatia, Slovakia, Greece, and Bulgaria.


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